HVAC Evolution – How Digitally Integrated Technology Improves Resilience, Reduces Energy Use and Operating Costs
Craig Ogden1; Andrew Penner2; Brent Gilmour3; Bala Ghnanam4; Yves Lemoine5 ; Mark Gallagher5; Greg Pimento5, Tunji Asiwaju5
1Quasar Consulting Group 2Association of Energy Engineers and Brookfield Global Integrated Solutions 3Canada Green Building Council (CaGBC) 4BOMA Toronto 5Armstrong Fluid Technology
This training session will share experiences from various industry stakeholders to discuss new technology and design approaches, and ways to move beyond traditional barriers to energy retrofits as well as improvements these technologies and practices provide to technical building operations that sustain energy savings for the long term.
Sue Cumming1, Nat Stone2, Karen Moorcroft3, Sarah Leblanc3, Kate Svazas2, Emilie Girard-Ruel4, Janik Cazabon2, Julie McGihon5, Sean Somers6,Elisa Campbell7
1Cumming + Company 2Public Services and Procurement Canada 3Privy Council Office 4National Capital Commission 5Health Canada 6Indigenous Services Canada 7Canada Lands Company
The session will provide an overview of the theory of public consultation and engagement, including industry norms and practices. The federal government context that surrounds government objectives, expectations and programs with respect to public participation in the formulation of government policy and initiatives will also be examined. Experienced federal government departments, agencies, the City of Ottawa and Crown Corporation will present their public consultation ‘know how’ and practices through select case examples.
Building Information Modelling – The Next Step in Portfolio Management
Erik Poirier1, John Hale2, Kirk Stalkie3, Patrick Lalonde4, Susan Keenliside5, Megan Beange6 1Initiative Québécoise pour la Construction 2Department of National Defence 3NORR 4EllisDon 5House of Commons 6Public Services and Procurement Canada
This training session will provide an overview of BIM in Canada, from design to facilities management, with emphasis of the value of the information.
Creating a Sustainability Portfolio Masterplan - (SOLD OUT)
Andrew Hicks, Julie Matthews, Paul Parsons, Paul Barton, John Castelhano BGIS
To achieve meaningful progress in sustainability, real-estate owners and operators must prepare a holistic plan that covers all aspects of an organization’s priorities and ensures achievable integration with the many complexities of facility management services.
Sustainability professionals will walk the attendees through a step-by-step process to create a masterplan that identifies and prioritizes key initiatives to achieve portfolio sustainability objectives within the context of government requirements.
Project Management: Treasury Board Secretariat Policy Direction and Tools(SOLD OUT) Mel Thompson, Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat
The recent Treasury Board approval of the Policy on the Planning and Management of Investments and the Directive on the Management of Projects and Programmes marks a major milestone in the modern comptrollership policy landscape. With a focus on clear accountabilities, integrated planning and decision-making, calibrated oversight, and capacity building, the new policy suite aims to put the right conditions in place to support sound decision making and execution at each step of the investment lifecycle. With a mind towards the future, the policy suite creates room for evolving trends and the need for iterative approaches such as programme management and the application of agile methodologies.